Day: November 21, 2014

Arts

‘How to Get Away with Murder’ excites

Many new TV shows premiered this fall, but “How to Get Away with Murder” has been a standout in the line-up. Fair warning: there may be some spoilers below. “How to Get Away with Murder” isn’t the typical legal drama that viewers are used to seeing. It combines drama, romance, […]

Arts

“The Walking Dead” intensifies

The ever-popular AMC show, “The Walking Dead,” is back for its fifth season. Walkers, gore, mystery and all our favorite, and not so favorite, characters have returned in the new action-packed season. As the season enters into its last two episodes the suspense and interest is really heating up. Throughout […]

Arts

Pink Floyd releases final album

After 20 years of no new music, Pink Floyd has released their last album, “The Endless River,” and it sounds like typical Floyd. The album has been dedicated to the memory of Richard Wright, the band’s keyboardist who died of cancer in 2007. Although “The Endless River” sounds very much […]

News

Howard beats Hill at Throwdown Thursday

Tech junior Tyler “Hercules” Howard squared off with Tim Hill in last night’s main event fight at “Throwdown Thursday” in Tech’s Hyder-Burks Agricultural Pavilion. Howard won by a unanimous decision after six rounds of hard-fought leather swapping. Although the fight lasted longer than Howard may have wanted, he said after […]

News

Flu shots available at Health Services clinic

Flu activity is low in the United States but is expected to increase in the coming weeks, according to the FluView report for the 2014-2015 flu season. College students are at a higher risk of coming down with the flu due to confined living spaces and always being around other […]

Sports

Volleyball grounds Skyhawks 3-1 on Senior Day

The Golden Eagles’ final regular season match of the year and Senior Day both took place Nov. 15, as the team battled University of Tennessee at Martin. Before the start of the match, Tech took time to honor the seniors — Ellen Conti, Madison Keyes, Allison Man and Courtney Smith […]

Sports

Men’s basketball in high gear

It was a tale of two games for the Tennessee Tech men’s basketball team as the Golden Eagles split their first two games of the season. During Friday night’s contest against Piedmont International, Tech’s relentless defense and well-rounded offense fueled a historic win against the Bruins. The 83-29 victory was […]

News

Carpooling: The solution for parking problems?

Parking issues are nothing new. However, two Tech students are working on a new solution for the lack of parking spots on campus. It is called the TTU Carpool Initiative, and the purpose is straightforward. “Do you really care that your car gets to campus, or do you care that […]